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Defi nitive developments in medicine 1628 William Harvey published ‘De motu Cordis’, descrip- tion of the circulation of the blood. 1789 Edward Jenner: inoculation 24 460 - 370 BC. against small pox. Hippocrates: description of symptoms and prognosis of 1130 -1500 diseases, observational Hospices for relief of the medicine. 500 -1050 poor and care of the sick in Europe, until 1311 in cloisters and monasteries, Early medieval medicine later governed by town in Europe determined by councils. superstition. Monastic medicine. Care for the sick as work of charity. 1543 Andreas Vesalius published ‘De Humani Corporis Fabrica’, anatomy based on autopsies. Galenus' anatomy abandoned. 1800 1750 1700 1650 1600 1550 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 800 600 400 200 0 100 200 300 400 500 1136 1500 Council of Tours: “Ecclesia abhorret a sanguine”, horror of blood leading to the Renaissance, freedom for separation of theoretical new ideas in medicine, knowledge of medicinae revaluation of classical doctores and surgeons as texts. handicraftsmen. 1600 129 - 210 Natural sciences in the Galenus, humoral seventeenth century pathology, extension of (Descartes, Pascal, the Hippocratic doctrine Newton, Galileo, Boyle, of the four humores. van Helmont. Medical texts of Galenus determined medieval medicine during twelve 1702 centuries. Herman Boerhaave, fame of medical teaching based on clinical observation.


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